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Simon Cowell Worried Over Violent Crime, Sees No Irony With Cheryl Cole

by | 5th, May 2010

SIMON Cowell has a vision for a “NEW BRITAIN”. Cowell, Cheryl Cole’s manager,  says:

“I have always hated celebrities lecturing people on politics.”

Cowell says he’s worried about violent crime and the culprit having more rights than the  victim.

“I worry that we are losing that old-school respect. And I think this is down to a breakdown of rules. When I was young and we got caught pinching apples, we got a smack from the local policeman. Today if that happened he would be sued.”

Today if you smack someone in the face, say a toilet attendant, all you get is 120 hours of unpaid community service, to pay the victim £500 compensation and turned into a “national treasure”. You know, like Simon’s pet X Factor judge Cheryl Cole.

Maybe the C Factor is rehab centre. Here’s Sharon Osbourfe, the former foul-mouthed X Factor judge, respectfully, with Megan Hauserman, a contestant on her reality TV show Rock Of Love: Charm School.

Still, David Cameron’s here and things will be better:

“I like him, I trust him. He has substance and the stomach to navigate us through difficult times.”

And, no, it’s not a beauty contest. Although, Cheryl does have nice dimples, like Dave…



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